Sublime Text has always been the super fast editor and still to this day, I feel it’s faster than my current favorite VS Code.You may be wondering who still uses Sublime Text? I have found there to be a solid group of quality devs that still love and use Sublime Text daily.It’s a solid workhorse, super fast, highly extensible, and can provide many of the same features VS Code does like autocomplete and now Git integration. Shout out in the comments if you’re a Sublime Text user!
Today we’re going to look at the top four editors and development environments that you should be using as a web developer we’re going to be looking equally at text editors and also fully integrated development environments we’re going to look at the pros and cons of each and I’m going to rank them.
1. Transform a Selection:
We can change the angle and inclination of a particular selection with using the transform a selection tool from Photoshop. This will allow you to adjust the inclination while you are currently in the process of making the selection over a given object.